Need a chainsaw? Clueless.

Post in 'The Gear' started by jkranes, May 13, 2013.

  1. smokinj

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    That's a lot of prep to make that one run. Cool none the less.
     
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    It's not so bad. Faster than cutting one at a time if you have a lot to do at once. If you get a long one once every armload or so, toss the long ones in the sawbuck and cut when it's full. If we're talking half a dozen splits per cord then chop saw is the answer.
     
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    Does don't seem it could be any quicker. Your still handling each piece in tithe same manor just cutting abode and reload. Put a stop. Block on a chop saw times should be pretty close.
     
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    I just think ,use the right tool for the job, chainsaw, and multiple cuts at once makes sense.
    A cheep chop saw maybe but , I'm not throwing down firewood on my finely tuned miter saws in my wood shop
     
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